Google has stepped away from the term "enterprise" in a rebrand of its workplace technology - now simply called Google for Work.
This afternoon, Samsung is set to launch its new phablet, and several other pieces of hardware. Here’s how you can watch the Unpacked 2014 event live.
A video app that allowed users to bring together various different clips and collaborate with different app owners has been withdrawn due to a change in direction for the firm.
A social media post by the firm’s Chinese arm posted a picture showing a number nine made up of Windows Live tiles with Windows written underneath
A change to its recommendations feature means that users can choose to send notifications to friends when they have watched a show that may interest them instead of automatically informing everyone.
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The technology firm aims to provide a more convenient solution to a dwindling smartphone battery with its new USB charger that attaches to your key chain.
“Several” updates are the way this year that will allow the smartwatches to communicate with other Bluetooth accessories without the need for a smartphone to be present.
It should be no revelation to anyone that cloud services aren’t a great place to go storing your private naked selfies.
The survey of 1,000 British motorists revealed concerns about the safety of self-driving cars on busy public roads, but we do like the idea of a reduced fuel bill.
The new Ritot smartwatch has no working prototype though that hasn’t stopped thousands pledging money to receive one of the smartwatches that can project the time onto the hand.